MONDAY, MAY 21: Flames ripped through a two-storey Pembroke home in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Although no one was injured, fire chiefs have not ruled out arson as the cause of the blaze.
The fire broke out at a property on Border Lane North in Pembroke at around 2:40am.
Three fire engines and nine firefighters rushed to the scene.
Two firefighters used breathing apparatus to enter the upper level of the premises and quickly brought the blaze under control.
No one was in the house at the time but the structure of the property suffered significant heat and smoke damage.
A spokesperson for Bermuda Fire and Rescue Service said: “Although the fire was confined to a bedroom, the house suffered significant structural damage as well as heat and smoke damage to the upper level.
“No one was at home at the time of the fire, and thankfully there were no injuries. The matter is being thoroughly investigated at this time and arson has not been ruled out at this point.”